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Cohen Davis is the first Internet Law legal firm in the UK. Founded as a niche practice by Yair Cohen, the focus of the firm is on Internet Law related cases, and particularly on cases which are highly challenging in terms of either evidence or fact related complexity. Internet Law is a term, which describes different traditional laws and their unique application to the internet.

Often, this will include, harassment law, defamation law, personal injury law, criminal law (both defence and prosecution), trademark law, privacy law, breach of data and data protection law and other areas of law which have a bearing on how we use the internet.

Traditionally, in the UK, Internet Law has not been recognised as a separate category of law by the Law Society but it is hoped that in the future, Internet Law will receive the recognition it deserves, particularly as it touches almost every individual in the UK on a daily basis.

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